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At its inception ten years ago, the Harbeth User Group's ambition was to create a lasting knowledge archive. Knowledge is based on facts and observations. Knowledge is timeless, independent of the observer and can be replicated. However, we live in new world in which objective facts have become flexible, personal and debatable. HUG operates in that real world, and that has now been reflected in the structure of HUG.

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Monitor 30 with LFD Integrated Zero mk3

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  • #16
    Re: Monitor 30 with LFD Integrated Zero mk3

    WB, I can concur with that. My SHL5s, and so presumably the M30s also, have clearly shown the tonal differences between a Quad 909, a LFD Zero III and a Lux 505U. The differences have not been huge, but very clearly discernable. One of the things I love about my Harbeths is that they clearly reveal differences in the rest of the system, but without really spotlighting them.

    I have learnt over recent months how much the amp affects the overall musicality of the system. Not everyone agrees for sure... but my experience anyway. Both the LFD and Luxman are very musical sounding, albeit in different ways.

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    • #17
      Re: Monitor 30 with LFD Integrated Zero mk3

      Originally posted by tozen View Post
      One of the things I love about my Harbeths is that they clearly reveal differences in the rest of the system, but without really spotlighting them.

      I have learnt over recent months how much the amp affects the overall musicality of the system. Not everyone agrees for sure... but my experience anyway....
      I have to agree this..I do have same experiences...Harbeth by default is truely plug and play speakers..she do able to tell your the differences between brand A, B, C, etc source/amp sound characteristic.
      "Bath with Music"

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      • #18
        M30 and LFD amp

        Hello,

        I use my m30's with the LFD NCSE amplifier with excellent results. I also used the same amp with SHL5's with good results, but I much prefer the m30's in my room. I love my lfd amp, I traded mid level Naim seperates to get it. I feel the m30's compliment the amp perfectly, with a midrange fluidity to die for.

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